dry wall


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dry wall

[′drī ‚wȯl]
(building construction)
A wall covered with wallboard, in contrast to plaster.
(engineering)
A wall constructed of rock without cementing material.

dry wall

1. An interior wall, constructed with a dry-wall finish material such as gypsum board or plywood; also see dry construction.
2. In masonry construction, a self-supporting rubble or ashlar wall built without mortar.
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McCready agreed: "To ensure the high occupancy of the hotel stock in the region buildings need to better designed and again dry wall can play a part as it allows much easier access for maintenance as panels can be removed rather than it be necessary to bore holes in blockwork.
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